The Last Angel by Sarah PJ White
(The Account Trilogy)

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'God didn't create the world, people like us did.'

After a chance encounter with a drunken man, Crystal looks for answers to who she is - and why strange things keep happening to her since she turned twenty-one.

She discovers a range of human half-bloods including Flyahs, Healahs & Angels - they’re not cute or necessarily friendly. They’re also living amongst us – and she's one of them.

In her search for truth, she inadvertently discovers the Bible is a cover-up for the real, much more sinister story of the creation of Earth, heaven and hell – and why so many people disappear every day.

The reality casts new light on the whole religious community, the world at large and who really is ‘in charge’ – whilst putting Crystal firmly in the headlights of danger. So many people want her kept quiet and the story to remain buried forever.

Book one in The Account Trilogy.

About The Author
Sarah PJ White was born in Slough, Berkshire, United Kingdom in 1972. She is author of numerous online and offline articles and is also a qualified Life Coach and Alternative Therapist.

Sarah is currently writing her second fiction novel - book two in 'The Account Trilogy' - a fantasy novel based on the pretext that the Bible is actually a cover-up for the real, much more sinister truth about Earth and our existence; and who really is in charge.

The founder of 'Self Confidence Workshops, Sarah writes the material for the courses and articles on her self confidence building website for adults (http://www.selfconfidenceworkshops.co.uk) in her spare time.

Sarah now lives in Thatcham, Berkshire, with her husband, teenage daughter and their rescue pets - two cats (Badger and Fizz) and a hyperactive German Shepherd called Bear.
 

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Published February 5, 2013 by White Heart Publishing. 268 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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